Sybase patches three security holes

Wednesday, 4 December 2002, 1:56 PM EST

Sybase has issued a security patch for three vulnerabilities affecting the newest versions of its database software that could allow a malicious hacker to gain control of a Sybase server and run arbitrary code on it.

Sybase said it wasn't aware of any systems that have been affected by the problem, but advised customers to download and install the patches, which were made available on its Web site last week.

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